Victoria Kamani has joined the Chocolate City family! The Kenyan-American musician caught Chocolate City‘s attention when she uploaded her cover version of Ice Prince “Oleku” online sometime ago.
She is the first signee to Chocolate City Kenya; the music label’s Kenyan division.
Victoria Kimani (born in LA, originally from Kenya) started writing, recording and performing at 16. Victoria lived in Nigeria during her high school years and moved back to Nairobi,Kenya at age 17. Since then, she has been back and forth between LA, ATL, NY and London working with top artists and producers, perfecting and developing her musical and visual craft as well as writing for all sorts of signed artists around the world. In 2009, she joined a duo called Club Embassy and signed to Los Angeles Laker Ron Artest, released a mixtape called Diplomatic Immunity hosted by 50 cent’s DJ Whoo Kid, it got over 250,000 downloads and created a lot of Industry buzz.In mid 2010, the duo split and began working on solo projects.Victoria has collaborated with Ron Browz, Maino, Jadakiss, DJ green Lantern, Busta Rhymes, Mario Winans, Cassie, Lloyd, A.I (Japanese superstar), Chris Brown, Diggy Simmons, Timati (Russian superstar) , Timbaland, White Nerd, Andy Chatterly, Pete “Boxta” Martin, Devyne Stevens, Konvict Music, Space Cowboy, Dawaun Parker, Diane Warren, Bamboo, Kimya, and countless other producers and artists worldwide. Victoria is now working on her debut album.
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